October 15th 2018

As part of the ongoing work on the A52 Wyvern Transport Improvement Scheme, the schedule of works up to end of December 2018 has now been confirmed.

Overnight work will commence on Monday 22nd October and run until Friday 21st December.  All work will take place overnight Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.00pm and 6.00am (unless otherwise stated).  Diversions will in place along Derby Road and Nottingham Road Chaddesden.

The schedule of works is detailed below:

 

Date Details of closures/restrictions Works
22nd – 23rd October

8.00pm – 6.00am

Westbound closures

Raynesway to Pentagon Island.

Raynesway on-slip closed

Wyvern Way A52 westbound slip roads closed

Removal of temporary barrier and resurfacing works
24th – 26th October

8.00pm – 6.00am

Eastbound closures

Pentagon Island to Raynesway

Wyvern Way A52 eastbound slip roads closed

Installation of temporary barrier and temporary road markings to facilitate central barrier works
29th October – 2nd November

8.00pm – 6.00am

Eastbound closures

Pentagon Island to Raynesway

Wyvern Way A52 eastbound slip roads closed.

Westbound closures

Lane 2 closed

Extension of concrete barrier towards Raynesway Junction
5th – 9th November Eastbound closures (10.00pm – 8.00am)

Pentagon Island to Raynesway

Wyvern Way A52 eastbound slip roads closed

Westbound closures (8.00pm – 6.00am)

Raynesway to Pentagon Island

Wyvern Way A52 westbound slip roads closed

Installation of road crossings for street lighting and drainage

Extension of concrete barrier towards Raynesway junction

12th November – 21st December

8.00pm – 6.00am

Eastbound closures

Pentagon Island to Raynesway

Wyvern Way A52 eastbound slip roads

Westbound closures

Lane 2 closed

Extension of concrete barrier towards Raynesway junction

Councillor Matthew Holmes, Cabinet Member for Leadership, Regeneration and Public Protection and Deputy Leader of the Council said:

“We have been working very hard to get the A52 Wyvern Improvement Scheme back on track and when completed it will help to reduce congestion, improve journey times, reliability and help deliver sustainable travel options.  Ultimately the project will help us realise great economic benefits for our city.

Of course, delivering an infrastructure project of this size and complexity inevitably creates disruption and I would personally like to convey my ongoing thank to motorists, residents, and local businesses for their continued patience.”

Any changes to the proposed scheduled will be communicated as soon as we are made aware of them.

See the Derby City Council website for more details on the scheme.

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